Re: managing changes from developer that sends entire "release"
Yep, that script looks like it might solve my issues. I'll give it a try.
Thanks for the tip.
On 8/3/07, Andy Levy <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 8/3/07, Brian Jarrett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hello list.
> > I have a situation where I want to manage/merge a bunch of changes made
> by a
> > contributing developer that is not using our subversion server. When he
> > creates a "release" he's got all the files zipped in an archive and
> sends it
> > out. This zip file contains the entire directory structure for a
> > I want to take what he's sent me and put it into subversion so I can
> > what changes.
> > Right now I've got a 2.x branch that is supposed to contain the lastest
> > on the website. I've also got a 2.11 branch that I used to add all the
> > files he gave me, whether they've changed or not. I tried doing a merge
> > the 2.11 into the 2.x, but every file shows up as replaced, added or
> > deleted. Most show up as replaced.
> > I really want to be able to just commit the files that have been:
> > Changed
> > Moved from one directory to another
> > Added (newly created)
> > Deleted (removed in latest release)
> > Any clues on how I can go about merging/committing changes with an
> > directory structure as reference?
> You may want to treat his releases like a Vendor Branch and use
Received on Fri Aug 3 21:41:20 2007
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